(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Wood tanks."

Gbb 



/9 
















NEW 



E N G LAND 



TANK & TOWER 




O M 




AN 




EVERETT 



MASS. 



BOSTON POSTAL DISTRICT 









' 



J 



CATALOG F 



New England Tank and Tower Co 



EVERETT, MASS 



BOSTON POSTAL DISTRICT 







DESIGNED BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



WOOD TANKS. DYE TUBS. VATS 



AND 



SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

LARGE RECTANGULAR TANKS 

Secured together with Brass Rods. Built for a Textile Mill. 




BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

An extension of the Bo* d & Maine Railroad track into yard a1 our w enable 
f>tli to e ire deliv< i materials n l to mak shipment of finished product .ii 

i j in of cost . 



^iB 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




OUR FIELD OF SERVICE 

While we build what may be called a staple line of round and rec- 
tangular wood tanks, and. in this catalog, are including lists giving dimen- 
sions, capacities and approximate weights of some of the more common 
sizes, much of our output is of special design, as required for some par- 
t icular use. 

From the Large number of photographs, therefore, of tanks and 
apparatus which we have built, selection has been made for this catalog, 
i such illustrations as is hoped will give a comprehensive idea of the 
-cope of our field of operations. Especial attention is called to the fact 
that every illustration shown is made from a photograph of work which 
we have actually built . 

In general, it may he stated that our plan of operations include- 
the design and manufacture of various types of wood tanks, with appa- 
ratus connected therewith, which may be needed for any purpose. 
Particular attention is given to the requirements of the Textile, Dyestuff, 
Chemical, Paper. Leather, ( 1 a 1 \ anizing, Wire and other manufacturing 
indusl ries. 

A lain;'' stock of lumber, o? different thicknesses and lengths, is 

arried in our yards, and we are in a position to furnish promptly tanks 

built of Cypress, California Redwood, Washington Fir. Long Leaf 

yellow Pine, Native White Pine or White Oak, as may be best adapted 
for particular requirements. 

We also design, fabricate and erect steel towers of any desired 
height, for supporting elevated tanks for use in connection with sprinklers 
for fire protection or for other purposes, and keep several erecting crews 

in I he field at all times. 

In planning the installation of new equipment in our line and in 
i he solution of special problems connected therewith, many of our 
customers have found our engineering department of assistance. W 
shall be glad to have a representative call upon receipt of request. 

< Mir shipping facilities are of the best. Ample <idin_- of the Boston 
iV Maine H. R. in our own yards enable us to load several car- at a time 
if necessary, and, as we are within easy trucking distance of Boston 
delivery can be made either to the Boston A: Albany or New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroads, or to the various steam-hip lines from 
Boston. 

NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 







NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





BUILT INSTALLED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

ROUND OPEN TOP TANKS 

BUILT OF 2-INCH CYPRESS DRESSED TO 1 INCHES 



OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS 



Length 


< i e 


( lap 


\\ ght ! 


Length 


( lutside 


Ca] ft< it\ 


Weight 


S 


Dii tei 


( I a 1 1 


Lbs. 

105 ! 


St! 


Diameter 


( '. ; 1 1 1 

112 




i 


in 


l 1 


in. 


Ft 


In. 


i 

1 1 


In. 




Lb 


2 


(i 


i) 


27 


3 





3 




2 


ii 


•) 


6 


4.1 


135 i 


A 





:\ 


6 


157 


28( I 


> 




:; 


; 


69 


170 


3 





1 





2 1 ( ) 


33( ) 


2 





3 


6 I 


97 


2< 15 ! 


:i 





4 


6 


27< i 


: - 





4 


1 


1 2! 1 


2 I 5 


. 





5 





339 


135 


•> 


fl 


1 


6 . 


1 1 il i 


290 


3 





") 


6 


415 


5< )( l 


2 





.") 


i 


21 »s 


330 


. 





6 





198 


:,i ;:, 


2 





mm 

5 


6 


255 


380 ! 














2 





6 





307 


135 1 


i 3 


() 


3 





1 33 


265 














3 


6 


:-5 


6 


187 


315 


2 


6 


2 





36 


125 


:j 


6 


l 





2 


: i 


2 


6 


2 


6 


< >< ) 


160 


:i 


6 


4 


6 


322 


1 25 


2 


6 


3 





90 


21 H > I 


:; 


6 


5 





404 


485 


2 


6 


: 3 


6 


, 1 27 


240 


3 


6 


•"> 


6 


194 


550 


2 


6 


4 


(t 


| 170 


285 


3 


6 


6 





.7 1 1 


< ._'< i 


2 


6 


4 


6 


i 218 


330 


:i 


6 


6 


6 


71 12 


< ,«. K ) 


2 6 


1 •"> 





i - 71 


■ >i 5 


■ 


6 


7 





i 820 


7.") 


2 1 6 


5 


6 


335 


140 


3 


6 


7 


6 


947 


s. ',( I 


2 


6 


6 





! 4< (2 


4 ( .i.~> 


! 


6 


8 


i) 


10 


I m N ) 


:; 





2 


i) 


44 


1 ."»( i 


4 





1 





155 


100 


3 





2 


6 


1 " 4 


190 ' 


4 





3 


6 


i 217 


: ' 55 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



\TS? 



.<§ 



ROUND OPEN TOP TANKS 

BUILT OF 2-INCH CYPRESS DRESSED TO 1 t INCHES 



OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS 



Length 

Stave 


< >utside 
Diame( er 


Capacity 


WVittht 

Ll - 

420 


1 > riL'th 

Stave 


Outside 
Diameter 


Capacity 


Wei£ 


Ft. In. 


Ft 


In. 


Gallons 

29] 


Ft 
."» 


In. 1 

6 ! 


Ft. 


In 


Gallons 

55 ; i 


|i,- 


4 


i 


o 


4 6 


I i2i i 


4 


1 6 


375 


565 


5 


6 1 


5 





004 


1 ) ( . ir. 


4 


5 





4i ;«> 


:. 1 5 ■ 


5 


6 


5 





813 


785 


I 


5 


(i 


574 


615 


5 


6 


6 





077 


s7 ." 


4 





i m 


695 


5 6 


6 6 


1 1 .">."> 


! » I.". 


4 


t i 6 


816 


71 (5 


5 6 


7 


1349 


1 1 155 


4 


7 


952 


S40 i 


5 6 


7 


6 1 


1 558 


1 1 5 5 


1 


7 6 


1100 


Olo 1 


5 6 


8 


1781 


1250 


4 


s () 


1258 


\ K >."> 


5 





8 


6 


2< I2< ) 


1 . (51 1 


4 1) 


8 6 


1426 


107.") 


•") 


»* 





n 


227 1 


1 1 ;»i » 


4 I) 


9 


o 


1605 


1100 


6 


9 


<> 1 


2542 


1551 


4 


9 


o 


170.". 


121.") 


") 


6 


io 


2826 


1710 


1 


10 


1 ! M (5 


1390 


























o 


o 


4 





4.72 


581 1 


4 


6 


3 


o ! 


170 


330 





1 


6 


583 


1 (1 \i ) 


1 


6 


• » 


6 


24s 


390 


6 o 


— 


n 


720 


745 


I 6 


4 





331 


155 


6 





f) * i 


8! K ; 


835 


4 


6 


4 6 


427 


52( ) 


6 o 


Ii 





1072 


! .: I5 


1 6 


5 





:,: ; i 


51 N ) 


6 o 


(j 


6 


1 21 >< > 


1 1 (25 


4 <■» 


5 6 


t >54 


(»7n 


6 





t 





1481 


1120 


4 6 


6 


7 s.". 


751 i j 


6 





7 6 


1710 


1225 


4 6 


6 6 


929 


s:jo 


6 


8 i) 


1 '. >.")» i 


1330 


4 ! 6 


7 


1085 


\ « )."» 


, 6 


8 6 


22 1 s 


1 130 


4 6 


7 6 


L252 


! t.s.", 


6 


9 o 


2 1 ! N i 


1 :.: (1 1 


4 6 


8 





1432 


1080 


6 


9 i 6 


2791 


1 1 (51 1 


4 ! 6 


8 


Ii 


L624 


t 1165 


6 





10 II 


3103 


1 si (5 


4 1 6 


9 


1828 


1 255 


6 


10 6 


3431 


1 ! 121 1 


4 6 


9 6 


2044 


i ]:::>o 


6 


o 


11 n 


6i i . ) 


2 85 


4 6 


10 


2272 


: 1485 


6 


11 


4136 


2175 












O 


12 


4513 


2290 


5 


:i 


198 


355 





1 2 < i 


4907 


24 1 < » 


5 


3 6 


27S 


42.") 


6 


13 o 


53 1 7 


2560 


5 () 


4 


:i7i 


40.") j 


6 


13 o 


5744 


2695 


") 


4 6 


470 


.")( >.") 1 


6 


14 


6187 


2851 1 





5 o 


51 >'. i 


1 635 












5 o 


5 


6 


7 ! : 


781 » 


6 


6 


4 


493 


625 


S o 


6 


88 1 


810 


6 6 


4 6 


635 


715 


i) 


6 


(i 


1042 


800 


6 6 


5 o 


795 


800 


n 


7 





1217 


970 


6 6 


5 i 6 


072 


1 900 


.") 


7 





14n.-, 


I ( H 15 


8 





6 


1168 


i 1005 


5 o 


8 


1607 


1 1 .">.") 


6 


6 


6 6 


1382 


1 1 1 i." 


5 i) 


8 6 


1 822 


1 25( ) 


6 


6 


7 


L613 


121(1 


;> o 


9 


2( >.-> 1 


1340 


6 


6 


7 o 


1863 


1 3 1 •") 


5 


9 6 


226 '6 


1440 


6 


8 o 


2 1 31 1 


1420 


5 


10 


2549 


1580 


6 6 


8 6 


24 1 1 i 


1540 












6 6 


9 o 


2710 


L655 


5 


6 


4 





1 412 


."4 1 





6 


9 





3040 


17i 



.-. 



<^B 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




ROUND OPEN TOP TANKS 

BUILT OF 2-INCH CYPRESS DRESSED TO 1% INCHES 



OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS 



Length 

-t:i\ 



Outride 
Diameter 



' Capacity Weight 




Ft. 


In. 

6 


Ft. 


In. 



Gallons 

3380 


Lbs. 


ti 


10 


1 J >3< ) 





6 


10 


6 


3737 


2< 155 


6 


6 


11 





4112 


217.") 


6 


6 


11 


6 


4505 


2320 


6 


6 


12 





4010 


247)0 


6 


6 


12 


6 


5345 


2574 ) 


6 


6 


13 





5791 


2720 


6 


6 


13 


6 


6256 


2855 


6 


6 


14 





6739 


3000 


- 





4 





533 


( ii i( ) 


— 





4 


6 


(is 7 


755 


— 





5 





v i() 


S.5I i 


^™ 





5 


6 


1 052 


U55 




I) 


6 





1264 


1065 







6 


6 


14'.).") 


1 1 i 15 







7 





1746 


1280 







7 


6 


2010 


138 







8 





2305 


1510 







8 


6 


2614 


1620 







9 





2942 


173.") 







9 


6 


3290 


1007. 







id 





3< >.")7 


2( >27 







10 


6 


4< 143 


21 


~* 


.1 « 


11 





4440 


2280 


mmm 





11 


(1 


4s74 


2430 


™ 





12 





5319 


256 


"~ 





12 


6 


5782 


2)90 


— 





13 





i >2< >» i 


2M< 1 







14 


ii 


7201 


312 


7 


6 


4 





573 


7* 10 


7 


6 


4 


6 


739 


800 


7 


6 


5 





'.•-• 


900 


7 


6 


- 


6 


1132 


100." 




(i 


6 





1360 


1130 


*2 


6 


6 


6 


1608 


1235 


7 


6 


7 





1^78 


134 


""" 





7 


6 


2168 


14< 




6 


8 


o 


2480 


158£ 


T7 


6 


8 


6 


' 2812 


1717 


™ 


6 


9 





31 


18 


*j 





9 


6 


3539 


19< 


7 


6 


10 





3933 


2l2n 


"7 


6 


10 


6 


4349 


22.50 


*"" 


6 


11 





47 


2400 


~ 


6 


11 


6 


5243 


25 1 



Ft. 



In. 



Outride 
Diameter 



Capacity Weigl t 



Ft, 



In 



Gallons 



Lbs. 



7 


6 


12 





5721 


2 i95 


/ 


6 


12 





6220 


2ss0 


1 


6 


13 





6740 




— 


6 


14 





7S43 


3320 


B 





4 





014 


74.5 


8 





4 


6 


791 


850 


8 





5 





990 


957) 


^ 





5 


6 


1211 


1085 


8 





6 





1455 


1200 







6 


6 


1721 


1315 


8 


1' 


7 





2010 


14: <» 


8 





— 


6 


2321 


15i'.-, 


8 





8 





2< r54 


1690 


8 





8 





3010 


1830 


8 





9 





88 


1955 


8 





9 





3788 


2120 


8 





10 





4210 i 


2270 


8 





10 





10.55 


2405 




b 


11 





7122 


25 1 5 







11 





5012 


27< 15 







12 





6124 


2865 


8 





12 


6 


<)058 


3025 







13 





7215 


3100 


8 





14 





8395 


3500 


9 





4 





695 


\:;< > 


1 





4 


6 


895 


,<» 


9 





5 





1120 


1060 


9 


o 


5 





1371 


| 1 2i 15 


1 





6 





1647 


1330 


9 





6 





1948 


140.5 


9 





7 





2274 


1 7' i7» 


9 





7 


6 


2626 


1735 


9 





8 





3003 


1870 


♦ 





s 


u 


3405 


_'< !_'< 1 


' 











• 


2 1 55 


9 





9 


6 


12K0 


2345 


9 





10 





1 71 i4 


2495 


» 





10 





72» 17 


2675 


9 





11 





7,790 


2 - 2 5 


9 





11 


6 


6350 


2980 


9 





12 





t i< «2< t 


3155 


9 





12 


6 


7.534 


3320 


9 





13 





8164 


3485 


9 





14 





9499 


3800 



6 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




ROUND OPEN TOP TANKS 

BUILT OF 2-INCH CYPRESS DRESSED TO 1 , INCHES 



OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS 



Length 


< >»irn.le 




l ■ • * \ 


Length 


Outside 






-I ;i\ e 


Diameter 


( apacity 


\\'-!»llt 1 


Stave 


Diameter 


< apacity 


W ht 


Ft 


In. 




1 ■■ 

• 


In. 




Gallons 


Lbs 


Ft. 


In 




Ft. 

10 


In. 



1 i lions 


Lbs. 


10 


770 


905 i 


12 


6391 


3200 


Hi 





4 


6 


* l! 12 


1030 


12 


o 


10 





Tit 16 


3100 


10 





5 





1212 


1170 


12 





11 





i - ( 5 


3580 


1(1 





5 


o 


1 52A ) 


1325 


12 





11 


6 


8518 


3770 


10 





6 





1 826 


1465 


! 12 





12 





[ >•_". )5 


3010 


ID 





6 


6 


2 160 


1000 | 


12 





12 





10106 


4210 


10 





7 





2522 


1710 I 


12 


II 


13 


II 


10951 


4415 


10 


o 


7 





2912 


1 K75 j 


12 


<l 


11 





12742 


1830 


II) 





8 





33» ) 


2( II ')( ) 


12 





15 





14669 


.)Jll.) 


10 





8 


6 


3777 


221 )5 


12 


II 


10 





16732 


5750 


li) 





9 





1251 
















10 


<i 


9 





47.~»: ! 


251 il ) 


14 


II 








2 2 


_»l H 1 1 


in 





10 





5283 


■27 \r, 


M 


II 


6 


1, 


3066 


22 1 5 


10 


II 


10 


6 


5841 


2890 


14 





7 





3580 


2 1 ( t0 


10 


(1 


u 





0128 


3050 


11 





pm 


6 


1133 


2620 


10 





n 


6 


71 > 12 


3220 


11 


II 


8 





1727 


28 1 5 


10 





12 





7864 


: ;: ;s< i 


1 1 


o 


8 


o 


51 160 


3045 


10 





12 


1) 


s: ::,.-, 


3575 


11 


II 


o 





(. ; 


. J HI 


10 





13 





! H ):>; ; 


3751 1 I 


14 





9 





0716 


3480" 


10 





l l 





10534 


4015 


14 





10 


o 


74i»s 


;;» 80 














11 





10 


6 


82! 1 1 


3950 


12 





6 





22( >9 


1740 


14 





11 





9123 


1160 


12 





6 





21 » 1 3 


1 ! ii K ) 


11 





ll 





! M •'. 1 1 


1380 


12 





7 





3051 


2().">5 


1 \ 


• 1 


12 


II 


1 I )< il ii i 


4 5« I ) 


12 





7 


6 


3523 


2250 


14 


1) 


12 


6 


1 1 B57 


1 85( ) 


12 





8 





4029 


2420 


14 





13 





12M0 


5065 


12 





s 


(i 


4568 


2< '»: !< ) 


11 





14 





1 1050 


5490 


12 


o 


9 





5142 


2800 


14 





15 





17211 


5930 


12 





9 





57 1 ! 1 


31 >2< I 


14 





Hi 


o 


19631 


6425 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITY OF ROUND TANKS 



w — 

- .5 

— ~ 



l'-0" 

1 

2 
3 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 

2'-0 

1 
2 
•A 
\ 

r, 

6 

s 

9 

in 
11 
0" 

1 

2 

3 
I 

5 

•_ 

S 

g 

10 

li 
1 • 

i 

8 
9 
1 
11 

1 
2 

! 

." 
6 

i » 

11 

«i 

1 

- 



- 



u 



w . 



1416 
3.4034 

6652 
3.9270 

4 lhSS 

I 1506 

4 7121 

l 9742 

2360 

7596 
1214 
28 
6.545 
6.8068 
7.0686 
7 3304 
7 5922 
7 8541 
s 1 1 58 

- 3776 

- 6394 
v 9012 

30 

4 248 

6866 
9 9484 

10 2102 

10 4720 

I i 7338 

10.999 

11 2574 

II 5195 

l 1 7810 

12.0428 

2 .HI-. 

L2 5664 

1 2 8282 
1 KJ i 

13 >18 
1 ; 6136 
13.8751 

14 1 
1» 

I | 660* 

II 922 

1 5 1 8 1 \ 
1". 4 0,2 

15 70H 

1 I K 

1 2316 

16 1934 

1 " >2 

17 017CJ 

17 27K* 

17 540 

17.8024 
is 

IS 3200 

lv 5S7K 

18 849 
19.11 14 

i : \> 

1 350 

19 HUM 



i 
w 






.7854 
^'J 17-" 
1 0690 
1 2272 
1.3963 
1.5762 
1 7671 

1 9689 

2 1817 
_ 1053 
2 6398 
2 8852 
3-1416 

1089 

6870 

9761 

4.2700 

4.5S70 

1.9087 
5 .24 1 4 

5 5850 

5 9396 

6 3050 

6 6813 

7 0686 
7.4667 
7 8758 
- 2958 
8.7266 
9.1684 
9 6211 

l'i 0847 

I i 5592 

II 0447 

11 54io 

12.0482 

12 5664 

13 0954 
i 7 4 
1 l 1863 

1 I 7481 
15 3207 

r >43 

l'i 8 
K 1043 
17 72 10 
1- ,7s 
1> 9*59 
19 635(1 

2 " 2949 
2 I 

. I 647 

22 3402 
2 I 0439 

23 75H3 
I 4S37 

2 >0 
25.91 i 
2 >4 

27 1944 

2 52 
2 670 
30 

" 
32 3377 



— — •/; 



c — 



- 






— ■ 
b 



4896 

5746 

6664 

.7650 

.8701 

9X26 
1.1016 

1 2274 
1 3600 
1 4994 
1 6456 

1 7986 

1 95*4 

2 1250 
2 2984 
2 1786 
_■ 6656 

2 859 4 
3.061 
3.2674 
3.4816 

702 

3 1 1 
4.1650 
1.4064 
i.6546 

I 9096 
5 1714 

."44(H) 

5 7154 

5.9976 

(, 

6 5824 

I I 8851 

7 19 14 

7.5108 
7.8336 

8 1634 
s 5000 
8 8434 
I 1936 

>506 

9 91 4 4 

I i 285 
l«j 6621 

II 0166 

11 4376 
1 1 8354 

12 210 i 

12 071 4 

1 MM? 

I 3 4946 
13.9264 

II 3650 

1 1 M>4 
15 262 

1 5 7 2 I 
19 1H74 

w iwm 

17 1394 
17.6250 

18.1 l w 

1 

19 1250 

19 6: 

2 rj 1 5 > 



6 

7 
8 
9 

K) 
11 

7'jQ" 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

s 

9 
10 
11 
8'-0" 

1 

2 

3 

4 

— 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

l'i 
11 

9'jQ 



it 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

<> 

« 
8 

9 

10 

11 

10'4 

1 
2 
3 



■ » 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

ll"-0' 

1 

- 

3 

4 

i 

9 
1 
11 



t - 

E - 

- - 

- z 

w - 



2 > 4294 

0*22 

2 I 94 HI 

21 2058 
21.4676 
21.7294 

2 1 9912 

22 2530 

22 5148 
22.7766 
23.0384 
2 J 3002 
_ I 5620 

23 B238 

2 1 os;,o 

24.3474 

21 .6092 

24.8710 

■ 1328 

25.3946 

25 6564 
- 9182 

. 1800 

26 1 is 
26.7036 

26 9654 
27.2272 
27.4891 

27 7508 
2s 0126 
28.274 I 

28 5302 

28 7' - 

i 18 

2 >.321 

29 ,4 

29.8452 

i lo7o 

30 3688 

31 306 
t0 8924 

31 1542 
31 4 160 

31 6778 

196 
2 201 I 

32 1632 

32 Jil 
32 986H 
3 

33 5101 

I 77 s 

3 4 u:hd 
3 4 2 

3 4 55" ' 
3 4 8194 

15.0812 

35 6048 
35*01] 



36.12 

;mm2 
36.65: 
36.91 
37.1 756 
37.437 * 





*-» 




o 




0j 








0/ 




k- 


- 


-- 


*_ 


H 


u 


£1 


- 


- 



33.1831 
34.0394 
34.9066 
35.7847 
36.6737 



37.5737 

3*4*45 
1.4063 
40.3390 
41.2825 
12.2370 
43.2024 
44.1786 
45.1659 
16.1640 
47.1730 
48.1930 
49.2239 
50.2655 
51.3182 
2.3817 
53.4562 

54 54li 

.">.') 6379 
56.7450 
" 8632 
58 9922 
60.1321 

61 2830 

62 4 147 
63.6173 
64.8008 
65.9952 

67 201 

68 1170 

69 644 
70.8823 
72 L313 
73.3911 
74 6619 
75.9437 
77.2363 

7^ >8 
79 8544 

vl ITriS 

82 5159 

83 8630 

85 2211 

86 5P02 
87.9702 
89 3610 

I i 7626 
2 17: 
; 59K8 

17X6 

97 9348 

99 405 

] r K800 

10 69(1 

10 

IV, 379* 
10 9015 
108.4341 
10 76 
111 20 



1 w 
- Z. 

r ej dd 

r- - a 



26850.6 

21 2194 

21 791)0 

22 3074 
22.8616 

23 4229 

23 9904 

24 5650 
24.1464 
2" 
26.3296 

2i\ 931 4 

27.5400 

28.1554 
28.7776 

29 Kir. 
30.0424 

30 6850 
31.3344 
31.9906 
32 6531 
33.3234 
34.0000 
34.6834 
35.3736 
36 0706 
36.7744 
37.4850 
38.2024 
38 9266 

B 6576 

IN 1 

11 1409 

4 1 891 1 

42 9 199 

43.4146 

44.1864 
44.9650 
45.7504 
16.5426 
47.3416 
48 147 1 

18 9600 

19 7794 
50.6056 
51.4386 

52 2784 
53.1250 

53 9784 
54.8386 
55 7056 

6 5794 

57 1600 

58.3474 

9 2416 

I 1 26 

61 9504 

61 50 

K864 

63 8146 

94 74' 

6914 
61 
67 >4 

I 76 

29*3 



u 

4-1 

- «L 

— ' r - 



r 

- 



- 



1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
•s 
9 

10 

11 
13' j0" 
1 
2 

3 

4 

.'. 
(i 

7 
• 

in 
11 

1 



14 



2 
3 



7 
s 
it 

It) 

11 
15' -0" 
1 
2 






16 



7 

a 

9 
10 

11 
1 

2 

3 

i 



6 

7 

B 
9 

10 

11 

17'' 
1 

- 



t 

z 



a. 



E = 



O 



- 



37 6992 
37.9618 

-220 

v4H49 
3 74 94 

39.0082 

39.2701 

39.5318 

39.7936 

10.0554 

40.3172 

40.579 
40.8408 
U 1026 
1 1.3644 

11 9292 

l i 8880 
12.1498 

42 4 1 L6 

42.6734 
42.9352 
43.1970 
43.4588 

43 7299 
43 9-2 4 

14.2442 

1.5060 
44.7678 
15.0291 

45 291 1 
15 5532 
1 5 - l 5 
16.0768 

46 338 
16.6004 
16.8622 
17.1240 

17 3858 
17 647 

47 9H9 1 

18.1712 

18 4 330 

is 694 
1.8.9566 
19 2184 
19 1802 
JO 
50 0038 
50 2656 
50 5274 

50 7892 

1 0510 

i 

5 1 5* I 

\ 8364 

52 

218 

2 s ' 
53 1454 

407 

7; (S090 
,4 1 

4 \:,\\ 
1 4 71i 



o 

o 

< ST 



113 0974 

114.6736 

119 2908 

117 8589 
119.4979 
121.0877 
1227185 
124 3902 
126.0128 
127.6764 

129 3509 

131.0362 

132 7323 
134.439:, 

136.1576 
137.8865 

139 9294 

141.3771 

143.1388 

144 9114 

149.9970 

148 1894 

150.29 47 
152. 1110 

153.9380 
155.7762 
157.6250 
156.4850 
161.3557 

193.2377 

165.1300 

197.033 

16fc 9480 
170 8732 
172.8095 
174.756* 

179 7149 

178.683i 

180 6634 
182.654 

1M 655 
186 6684 
188 - 91! 

190 7264 
192.7716 

194.8278 
196.8950 
198.9731 
203 09 1 
203 1618 
205 2725 

21 7 !94 

■>< >< » 

21 1.6702 
21 J 17 

21 ■MM) 

218.161 

220 2 

222 7713 

224 760 

22' 1 

22 8 

231.4525 

2 1 

- 

238 2130 



^- JZ 

OJ — 



. r _ f 

c — 

-— - 

Z.-= — 



70 502 4 

71.4850 

72.474 i 

73.470 

74.4736 

75.4834 

76.5001 

77 5234 

7 8 5 " 

7'. .5909 

B0 6344 

81.6850 

82.7424 

83.8066 

84 ^77 

85.9554 

87.0400 

88.1314 

89 2296 

90 3346 
91.446 

92 .050 

9:; -.904 
94.822 
97 961 
97.1074 
2600 

99.4 194 

100.5856 
101.7586 
102 -1 
104.1250 

L05.31* 

1 )Q 51S6 

►7.7256 
108.9394 
110.160 ' 

I 1 1 387 l 

112 L 6 

II :•; 862 
115.1104 

1 19 ,(» 

117 6264 
118.8946 

i l< 

I 21 151 4 

122 7 4' 

14 0354 
376 
L26.641 
1 27 24 
12 850 
L30.6144 

131 9500 

133 2936 

; 6 
16.0000 

137 3031 

138 7 

1 10 .] 106 

1 11 494 I 

li KJ 

14 

1 45 6K< 

147.0976 

1 i 







NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITY OF ROUND TANKS 



I 







>- JZ 








*- _r 








h-^t 


- 


- — - 


- w 






*-> 

- 


- u 

n - 


- 


it 


- 




— 

- 

— 


- 


r. P. 


— 

=5 g^S 


- - 

-r z 


, , — 

Z - 


" d 

- z 

— 2. 


-- 

— — — 


'_ - r = 




J— — 

o8 2*3 


^» •■• 


J s -< * 


T Si ^ « 

w.: it 




^** -^ 

/ 


Q.S u 




■^ « 


CEi 


6 


r>i <i7xn 240 52S2 L49 9400 


2 o 0" 


72 250s 


415 175'. 


258.9984 


6 89 ru\:^\ 


637D39S 


307 0,776 


7 


55 2398 242 8244 L51.3714 


1 


72 5 1st; 


418.4918 


260.S7.S0 


7 so 7974 


641.6758 


400.0000 


8 


55 5016 245 L315 152 8096 


2 


72 7804 


421 51SS 


262.7656 


8 90.0592 


645 422s 


102 3424 


9 


55 7634 247 4 195 154 2546 


3 


73.0422 


42 I 5568 


20,4 0594 


90.32 in 


040 lsii7 


mi 0850 


LO 


56 0252 249 7785 155.7064 


4 


73 3040 


4 27 6057 


266 5600 


10 90 5S2S 


652 9495 107 0344 


n 


56 2870 252 1 182 157.1650 


5 


73.5658 


130 0057 


20s 1074 


11 90.M46 


656.72 


409 39(10 


]N 


56.5488 254.4090 Lis 0304 


6 


73.8276 


433.7 561 


270 3816 


29' -0" 9 1 1004 


660.5199 


411.7536 


1 


56.8106 256 8306 160.1026 


7 


74.1)894 


136 8178 


272 3026 


1 


91 3082 


664 3214 


114.1234 


2 


57 "721 259 2032 10] 5sio 


8 


74.3512 


139.9103 


274.2304 


2 


91 0,300 


668.1338 


416.5000 


3 


57.3342 261 5867 163.0674 


9 


74.6130 


443.0137 


276.1650 


3 


91 S918 


671 9572 


1 18.8834 


1 


57.5960 263 9810 164 5600 


10 


74.8748 


440, 12* 1 


27S.1O0 4 


4 02.1530 


675 7915 


421 2736 


"> 


57 8578 266 3863 166 059 1 


11 


75, 1 366 


449.2532 


280.0546 


5 02.4154 


079.0 567 


4 275 0,7(10 





58.1 L96 268 8025 L67 5656 


21' n" 


75 3984 


152 ;m>3 


2*2.0090 


6 


92,6772 


683.4928 


126.07 1 1 


— 


5s 381 1 271 2297 169.0786 


1 


75 6602 


455 530 4 


2s3 971 1 


7 


92.9390 


0s7 3598 


128.4850 


s 


58 6432 273.6676 


170 50s \ 


2 


75 9220 


45s 0944 


285 9 4M0 


S 03.20ns 


601 2377 


430 902 4 


9 


58 9050 276.1166 172.1250 


3 


76.1838 


461 8632 


287 9154 


95 1620 


695.1265 


433.3266 


10 


59 1008 27s 5763 


173.6584 


4 


70 1 150, 


465.0430 


289 8976 


10 93.7244 


699.0263 


l 15.7576 


11 


59.4286 281 0471 


175 19> 


5 


70.7074 


ios 2337 


291.8866 


11 93 9S0.2 


702.9368 


438.1954 


I9'-0 


59 6904 1.5287 176.7456 


6 


76.9092 


471.4353 


293.8821 


30' JQ" 91 24sn 


706.8583 


4 in.6400 


1 


59 9522 286.0212 17- 2994 


7 


77.2310 


174 6478 


295.8850 


1 94 5il9s 


710.7908 443 0914 




60 2140 288 5247 17m 8600 


8 


77 102s 


177.8712 


297 8944 


2 94.7716 


714.73 4 2 


44" 5490, 




• 175s 291 0390 


Is I 1274 





77 75 Mi 


481.1055 


299 9106 


3 05.0334 


71s oss| 


448.010, 


4 


60 7376 293 5643 


183 nu 10 


LO 


7S 0104 


is 4 3507 


301 9330 


4 


95.2952 


722 6536 


150 1864 




60 9904 296 L005 


|s| 5S2(> 


11 


78 2782 


487.6069 


31 1034 


5 95.5570 


726.6296 


152.9050 




61 2f.l2 298 6476 L86 L704 1 


25 '-O" 


7s. 5400 


490.8739 


306 0000 


6 


95.8188 


730.6166 


455.4504 


7 


61.5230 301 2056 L87 7650 


1 


78 soi8 


19 1 15]s 


308.0134 


7 


96.0806 


734.6145 


157.9426 


s 


61 7848 1 7745 IV) 3664 


2 


79.0636 


497.4 1117 


310 11930 


8 


96.3424 


73s. 0233 10" 1416 




62 0466 306 3542 190 9746 


3 


79.3254 


500 7H'4 


312 1506 


9 96.6042 [ 


742.6430 162.9474 


1" 


62 3084 3ns 9150 192 5896 


4 


7o 5S72 


504.0511 


314.2144 


10 


90, N^r.u 


746.0730 015 1000 


11 


62 5702 311 5467 191 2114 


5 


79.S400 


5'i7 5727 


310.2850 


11 


97.1278 


750.7153 


467.979 4 


• I'J 


62 8320 31 \ 1593 195.8400 


6 


80.1108 


510.7052 


318.3624 


31'-0" 9753896 | 


751.7070 


470.5056 


I 


6 ■ >938 316 7*27 197.4754 


7 


80.3726 


514 (1186 


3204400 


1 97.6514 


758.8310 473.0386 


2 


6 319.4170 


191 1176 


8 


80.6344 


517 1029 


322 5;;70 


2 97.9132 


702.0052 


17 1 5784 




6174 322.0624 


200 7666 





si i S962 


520. 70s 1 


321.6354 


3 98.175H 


766.9904 


17^ 1250 


i 


63.8792 324 71s;, 202.4224 


10 


81 1580 


"2 4 1443 


20 740*. 


4 98.4368 


771.0865 


480.67si 


5 


1 1 10 327 3856 204 0850 


n 


SI 419s 


527 55 13 


328.851 4 


5 98.6986 


775 1934 


sO 


1 


• ■I 1028 330.0636 


205 7544 


20' -0" 


Si.osio 


530.0292 


10.9696 


6 OS. 9604 


779.3113 lv~, 8056 


7 


64 6646 125 


> 7. 4 306 


1 


81.9434 


5 \4 3380 


;:; 0946 


7 99 2222 


783 4 401 488.3794 


8 


64 9264 335 1523 209 1136 


2 


82 2H52 


537.7577 


335.2 20 4 


S 99 1S40 


787.5799 


0) 91 




*2 338 L630 2 in so:; 4 


3 


82.4670 


541.1884 


17.3050 


9 99.7458 1 


791.7305 


493 54 7 1 


10 


65 1500 340 ssj7 212 5000 


4 


82 7288 


544.0300 


19 5104 


10 100.0076 1 


795.8920 


496.1416 


11 


65 71 is 343.6172 214.2034 


> 


32.9906 


5 4s 0825 


11.6626 


11 100.2094 


800.0644 


498.7426 


j l • 


65 97 16 346 3606 215 9136 


6 


83.2524 


551.5450 


343.8216 


32'-0" 100.5312 


804.2477 


501 3504 


1 


61 2354 349.1149 217 6306 


7 


83.5142 


r^:. i«2 


3 44.9874 


1 


100.7930 


808 4420 


503 o650 




66 1972 8802 210 3544 


8 


s3 7760 


55S 51 >54 


34S.1000 


2 


101.0548 


812.6471 


506.5S04 




7590 35I 6564 221 0850 


9 


84.0378 


502.0015 


350.3394 


3 1013166 


816.8631 


509.2146 


4 


67 020* 357 1434 222.8224 


10 


84.2996 


505 50 s 5 


352 5250 


4 101.5784 


S21 1 


511.8496 




07 2826 300 241 1 22 1 5006 


11 


s| 5614 


569 0264 


354 7 ISO 


5 101.8402 


825.3281 


514 491 \ 


• 


07 54 14 S.0503 220 3170 


27'-0" 


84 8232 


572 5553 


356.9184 


6 102 1020 


829.5768 


517 1 ion 


7 


67 8062 30 5 8702 228.0754 


I 


85.0850 


576 0950 


559.1250 


7 1O2-303S 


833.8365 


519 795; 


s 


68 oo mi 368.7008 £29 8400 


2 


853408 


579 6457 


361 33S4 


8 102.6256 


838 1070 


522 1570 


9 


68.3298 371 5425 231.6114 


3 


85 6086 


583 2072 


503 55 sO 


9 102.8874 


842 3s86 


525.1266 


10 


68 5916 374.3950 233.3896 


4 


85.0704 


586 7792 


30,5 7 s 50 


10 103 1492 


846 6811 


527.802 1 


11 


os 3534 377 25s5 235.1746 


"> 


SO. 1322 


590 3<i31 


308 0194 


11 103 4 110 


850.9S43 


53n is50 


2 >- -r 


' 69 1 152 380 1327 236.9664 


t> 


86.3940 


593 957 4 


370 2600 


33'-n" 103.6728 


855.2986 


533 1744 


I 


69 3770 383.0180 238.7650 


7 


86.6558 


597 5626 


72 5074 


1 ln.5 9340, 


859.6237 


535.8706 


2 


B8 385.9141 2 10 5704 


S 


86.9176 


001.1787 


37 4 7616 


2 104 190,4 


863.0508 


53s 5730, 




69.9006 388.8212 242.3826 


9 


87.1794 


004 S057 


377.0220 


3 104 1582 


868.3067 541 2834 


j 


70 1021 391 7302 2 11 2016 


10 


87.4412 


oos 1436 


579 2904 


4 104.7200 


B72.6646 


544.1 N H M i 


5 


70.42*2 394 60S0 240.0274 


11 


s7 7o3n 


612.0924 


381.5650 


5 loi 98 IS 


S77 0334 


74'. 7234 


- 


7n 6860 397.6078 247 8600 


28'-0" 


87.9648 


615 7522 


383.8464 


105 2 430, 


881.4131 549 4530, 


7 


70 9478 ion 5585 249 6994 


1 


88 2266 


619.4228 


386.1346 


7 105.5054 


885.8037 552.1906 


s 


71.2096 403 5202 251.5456 


2 


ss lss4 


623.1044 


388 1296 


8 105.7672 


son 21 153 554.9344 


9 


71 1714 406 1927 253.3986 


3 


88 7502 


626.7968 


3901 7314 


| 9 106.0290 


894.6176 557 0S5O 


in 


71 7322 4094701 255.2584 


4 


89.0120 


030 5002 


393 0400 


10 106.2908 


899 "109 560. 1124 


11 


71 9950 4 12 4704 257.1250 


•j 


; 89.2738 


634 2145 


395.3554 


11 106 55 20, 


903.4752 563.2000 



• 



9 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




Size 


Arv « "' 


Area ai 


Safe Load 


i it 


S( [i 


k< iOt of 


in 


Hoop 


ot Rod 

■ 


rhread 


Pound 




sq, in. 


sq. in. 




• 


.110 


v 


850 


" 


.1 


126 


157S 


- 

- 


.507 


.202 


252$ 


// 


.44 


u, 


5750 


7 
■ 


.60 


,42 


5250 


i" 


.79 


.55 


6875 


\%" 


W 


.69 


S 


JV 


1.227 


E - 


11162 



Safe Load i mputcd .it 1 2,500 
pouii'i- per sq in, on area •* r« 

d. 



Spacing of Hoops in inch 




.-200 



-/SO 



J 00 

90 



DIAGRAM SHOWING ALLOWABLE SPACING OF HOOPS 



Spacing of Hoops in Laches 



Safe Load for given Hoop in lbs. 

2.6 x dia. (ft.) x depth (ft.) 



- 



x 






z 



The depth referred to is the distance from top of stave to point where hoop is to be located 

For explanation see note bottom of Page 10 



10 



^B 



@. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



EXPLANATION OF DIAGRAM ON PAGE 10 

The following example will be-t show the use of the <li: -tain: 
lliiu far apart should 1-inch hoops be placed, a1 15 feet from the top, 
on a tank 20 feet diameter? 

L5 \ 20 equals 3<>0. Follow up the right side of the diagram whet 

marked "Product of diameter (feet) \ depth (feet)" till yon come to 

()() then follow the horizontal line to the left till it intersects the dia^- 

onal line marked "1-inch Hoop"; then follow downward to the bor »m 

of i In* diagram, and it will be seen that the hoops under conditions above 

bated may he spaced > t inches apart. 

In a similar way the spacing for any hoop for any size tank ma\ be 

found. 

\tra hoop- must be provided near the hot torn to take the 
additional load due to the swelling of the bottom planks. For tank- 
up to 20 feet in diameter, one hoop of the size used next above it must 
be placed around the bottom opposite the croze. For tanks 20 fen 
or more in diameter two hoop- must be used a> above. 

The l»">i> or l |i> at tin* croze are t<» be counted upon as taking the water pressure of half the 

space above. 

11 



^B 



s. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER TANKS 



Nominal 
(:t parity 

( Saltans 



.5000 
60(iu 
7500 
1000 1 1 
100()<i 
1 2i M )( i 
15000 

21 M M II I 

25 < N H • 
30000 
IO0O0 

.-,( N K II I 
i i< II M H I 
75l)ilil 

75i )i it i 

LO0000 
100000 



Len 


-h 




' 1 


Thickness of 


o 


f 


Out* 


>ide 


Finished 


Stave 


diameter 


Lumber 


10' 


0" 


10' 


2" 


2 l 4 " 


12 


0" 


10 


1" 


2V 


12' 


0" 


11' 


3" 


2K" 


12' 


0' 


13' 


4 


2X" 


14' 


0" 


12' 


<i" 


21 , " 

— 4 


14' 


0" 


13' 


0" 


** 4 


14' 


0" 


14' 


6" 


2\i n 


Hi' 


0" 


15' 


6" 


2H" 


16' 


0" 


17' 


6" 


2 " 


18' 


0" 


18' 


0" 


2H" 


20' 


0" 


19' 


6" 


2 •' 

— 


20' 


0" 


22' 


0" 


2 '' 


20' 


0" 


2:;' 


9" 


•iu" 


24 


0" 


24' 


2" 




20' 


0" 


26 


• 


93 " 

- 4 


24' 


0" 


27 


9" 


-4" 


20' 


0" 


30' 


6" 


*>3 '' 

— 4 



Hoop- 
Number 
and Size 



8 
10 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
11 

■a 

5 

12 

4 

10 

4 



1 



- 

tt 



1 



- 



t f 



V 
1" 



- 



11- 

13- 

19- 

4- 
22- 

3- 
21- 
10- 
16- 

9- 
29- 

5- 
24 )- 1 > 

8—1" 



rt 






IK" 

1 



1 
1' 

1 



t, 



n 






Approxi- 
mate 
Weight 
1 ypress 



12740 
14770 



18485 



22005 



24135 



30270 
317(X) 

!30 
3S000 



Appn.x. 
Wt. Cedar 

and 
Redwood 



3720 


2!i 


4275 


: -1 1 5 


4840 


2£ 5 5 


5935 


4740 


5930 


J —1 - 

At- ■> 


15 


52:0 


. 550 


f05 


175 


7G75 



10240 



11925 



151.75 



17<- 

1<M5 

25 K 

2i i5l 11 > 

31260 

JOI 



The tank>. as Listed above, comply with the requirements of the 
National Board of Fire Underwriters and of the Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies for tank- of the capacities given. 

Allowance of four inches i> made for the projection of the disch ■_ 
pipe above the tank I ttom and tin--' inch* - for the overflow at top of 
.ink. 

Cedar, Washington Fir, Cypress and Redwood are used in tb 
onstruction of sprinkler tanks and are woods approved by the various 

[nsuran Inspection Departments. 

The hoops are bent to the proper radio- and are made with long 

threads to allow for adjustment. 

Tanks are shipped km d down with at 1< -t one extra stave. 
Four stav - are marked to -how the spacing of hooj 

The w. _lit< given are approximate and will vary with the dry- 
ness of material. 



j 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





DESIGNED FABRICATED. ERECTED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

75 FOOT STEEL TOWER WITH 50.000 GALLON TANK. 
\ Standard Type ■ I installation for use in connection with Anton Si ok] 

13 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



\m? 




BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 



L< 



Ft 



.) 



4 

1 

4 
4 
4 

4 











RECTANGULAR OPEN TOP TANKS 

BUILT OF 2-INCH CYPRESS DRESSED TO 1 4 INCHES 

INSIDE DIMENSIONS 



Width 



Depth C'pVty Weight Lengtl 



In. Ft. In. 1 i 



2 

2 










] 
1 
2 



ll 





6 


•_> 





1 




6 


2 





1 




6 


2 





2 




6 


2 





2 

— 


. 


6 


2 





3 


I 


»i 


• ) 


6 


1 


. 


6 


2 


6 


1 


. 


6 


2 


i 6 


2 


• 


6 


2 


6 


2 


1 


6 


■ 2 


6 


3 










»; 




ils. Lbs. 













1 


2 





1 








2 


(J 


1 








2 





2 








2 


(1 


2 


<i 





2 





3 








2 





1 




1 ° 


2 


6 


1 






130 

1 51 i 

1 .5 

130 
162 
195 

60 

12' i 

1.50 

IN 

71 
111 



it 


44 


6 


i ;< i 





88 





52 


(i 


78 





104 



205 
250 

2' 

_20 

2) .5 

15 

?,[ i 5 

415 

2 \ 5 
>5 



1 
4 

A 

4 
\ 

4 
4 
4 

4 

4 



350 


4 


1 ( 15 


4 


455 


4 




4 


1 '- ' 


4 


- 5 


4 


' 


4 


i "i 




'• 440 


5 


■ 2< M I 


5 


' 315 


5 








o 

II 



ii 


6 







l» 
'I 



\\ i.lth 



Ft In Ft. 



2 

2 
2 





i) 





D- nth C'p'c'ty Weight 



III 
6 


Ft. 


•> 


i ° 


2 





3 





1 


i 


1 



In. a Is. 



2 

2 
















14s 

1 ,S5 

2 "J - 
! 

i: 

ISO 

27n 



2 





2 





134 


2 





2 





168 


2 





3 





202 


2 





2 





Ids 


2 


6 


2 


6 


210 


2 


6 


3 


o 


252 


3 





2 





2()<i 


3 





2 


<•) 


25( 1 


3 





3 







2 





2 





148 


2 





2 


■ 


is:, 


9 





3 





222 



LI 



70 

SO 

ISO 

2'. K ) 

15 

405 

470 

toe 

60 

115 

47<i 

15 

1 55 

l<> 

130 

51 M > 

: 

410 

1 < 5 



14 



//i& 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




RECTANGULAR OPEN TOP TANKS 



BUILT OF 2-INCH CYPRESS DRESSED TO 1? 4 INCHES 



INSIDE DIMENSIONS 



Length 



Width 



Depth C'p'c'ty Weight 



Ft 



In. Ft. In. Ft. In. Gals 



Lbs. 



5 

— 

5 
5 
5 

.- 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

6 
6 

6 




6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
6 

6 




6 
6 
6 

i 

7 

* 

- 





(I 








6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 













(I 
(I 













<) 

<) 





II 









'I 
II 



3 
3 
3 

2 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 

2 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 

4 

4 

2 

2 

2 
2 



6 
6 



Length 



Width 



Depth C'p'c'ty Wright 



I In. Ft. In. Ft. 









I) 






6 
6 

I) 
6 
6 



ii 



I) 

6 
6 

ti 
6 
6 

o 












, 2 


6 


3 





1 * 





l 3 





2 





2 












6 


! 2 


6 


2 

■ % 


6 



2 
o 

3 
2 
2 

3 

2 
2 

3 
2 

2 

3 
2 

2 
3 

2 

3 

:; 

4 
2 
2 

3 
3 

4 
2 
2 
3 
3 
4 
2 
2 
3 

4 
2 
2 

3 

4 

2 
2 
3 

3 




ti 


II 

ti 

II 



Ii 




6 



o 


I) 



fi 



Ii 




ti 



6 

(» 



6 



6 



6 



ti 


6 






6 

6 



is: 

234 

281 
224 

2S( ) 

331 i 



164 
205 
246 

205 

251 > 
. ;t )7 
24* i 

; ;< is 

37ii 

179 
224 
2i>9 
314 

: ;;>«. i 

224 
280 

336 

392 

44s 

2t il I 
330 

403 
470 

537 
314 
392 
471 
549 
62S 

448 
538 
627 
718 

209 
251 
314 
36 i 



415 

4N< I 
535 
450 
521 ) 
5* 

410 

475 

535 

i 5( ) 

52( ) 
5M ) 
4< 15 
505 
630 

430 
500 

51 i< ) 
630 
695 
475 
545 

010 

I ,s< I 

745 
520 
590 
660 

735 

805 

505 
640 
715 
795 
870 
t il >5 

t is;> 
760 



H20 
47". 

550 

615 

090 



7 

7 
7 

: 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

8 
8 

s 
s 

S 

S 

8 

s 
s 
s 

s 

s 

8 
















I) 








































I) 






I) 













2 
2 

2 

2 

3 

3 

3 

;; 

3 
3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

I 

4 
4 

4 
4 
» 

4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 

5 

5 



3 

3 

:; 

3 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 





<i 
ti 
ii 
ii 
ii 



II 





Ii 
ti 
li 

Ii 
li 
o 



II 



I) 

li 
li 
li 
li 
li 












4 

_• 

2 

3 
3 

I 

2 
2 
3 
3 
\ 

2 

2 

3 
3 

4 

2 

2 

:: 

:; 

4 
2 

2 
3 

3 

4 

_» 

2 

3 

:; 

4 



In. Gal:- Ll>- 



II 
<l 

II 
li 
O 

o 

li 



ti 
(i 
o 
ii 



li 



I) 

I. 
I) 
li 
o 

ti 
<i 

it 
ii 

o 

tl 
ti 

II 
ti 

'I 






2 








2 


ii 





3 








3 


6 





4 








2 








2 


ti 





3 








3 


f. 





4 








2 








2 


li 





3 








3 


li 





4 









418 
201 
326 

: ;< 12 

457 

: 2: ; 
311 
392 
471 
54" 

628 

: it it i 

457 
549 

040 
732 

418 
522 

628 
732 

837 
171 

588 
71 )i i 
82. i 

942 
523 
653 

785 

915 
1047 

359 

448 
538 
IV27 
718 
478 
597 
718 
837 
957 
598 
747 
897 
1040 
1190 



705 
515 

; '. 15 

0t ; 5 
745 

815 

5i i5 
645 

720 

SI H > 
SMI 
f i 1 :> 

700 
775 
m i5 
945 
00(> 

745 
827. 
9 1 5 
• H I." 

705 

7! )5 

880 
975 

! I II if ) 
75< ) 
84o 

930 
1030 

1 1 2t i 

020 
71 >5 

785 
S75 

720 

M 5 

000 

1000 

1000 

820 
921 ) 

1015 

1 1 21 ) 

1215 



15 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




RECTANGULAR OPEN TOP TANKS 

BUILT OF 2-INCH CYPRESS DRESSED TO \% INCHES 

INSIDE DIMENSIONS 



Length 



Width 



Depth C'pVty Weight Length 



Wulrl 



Ft. 


In 


9 

9 








9 

9 
9 

it 

9 

9 
9 
9 



n 
i) 







I) 



I • 



3 

:; 

3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
\ 
\ 
5 

5 








(I 

o 












3 

4 
2 

2 

3 



2 





2 


6 


3 





3 


6 


4 





9 





2 


6 


3 






«•» 





6 

o 



404 

606 

707 

SOS 

538 

672 
807 
941 

1077 

673 

841 

lOO'.i 



665 

755 

840 

935 
1025 

77(1 
870 
965 

1070 

1160 
875 

9S0 



h-. Ft. In. Gals. Lbs. Ft. In. 



9 
9 

10 
Id 
10 
10 
10 









o 








10 





10 





10 





10 





10 










:h 


Depth 


In 


Ft. 


In 





:\ 








4 








2 








2 








3 








:s 


6 





4 








2 








2 


6 





ii 








3 








1 A 






C'pVty Weight 



Gab. Lbs, 



11! ■ 

1 300 





BV AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY THE NEW ENCLAK Tank AND TOWER CO 



0. 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




CAPACITY OF RECTANGULAR TANKS IN GALLONS PER 

FOOT IN DEPTH 



Inside 








Inside Width 










Length 


2'-0" 


2'-6" 


"V-0" 


3'-6" 


4'-0" 


4'-6" 


5' 0" 


5'-6" 


6'-0" 


2'0" 


29.92 














2' 6" 


37 . 40 


46 . 75 
















3' 0" 


44 SS 


56 . 10 


67 32 














3' 6" 


52 . 36 


65 . 45 


78.54 


91.63 












4'0" 


59.84 


74.80 


89 76 


104.72 


119.68 










4' 6" 


67 . 32 


84.15 


100 98 


117.81 


134.64 


151 48 








5' 0" 


74.80 


93 51 > 


112.20 


i::o 90 


149.61 


168.31 


187.01 






5' 6" 


82 . 28 


102 . 85 


123 . 42 


1 14.00 


164 57 


is;, 14 


201 71 


226 . 28 




6'0" 


89.76 


112.20 


134 114 


157.09 


179.53 


201.97 


224 41 


246.85 


269.29 


ft' 6" 


97.24 


121.55 


145 ST 


170.18 


194.49 


218.80 


243 1 1 


267 12 


29 1 74 


7'0" 


104 . 72 


130 . 90 


157 (M 


183 27 


209 . 45 


235 63 


261.81 


288 . 00 


314.18 


7' 6" 


112.20 


140.25 


168.31 


196.36 


22 4.41 


252 . 46 


2*0 51 


308 . 57 


336 . 62 


8'0" 


119.68 


149.61 


179 . 53 


209 45 


239 . 37 


269 . 29 


299 22 


329.14 


359.05 


8' 6" 


127 . 16 


158 . 96 


190 7.") 


222 54 


254.33 


286 . 12 


317 92 


::r.».71 


381.50 


9' 0" 


134.64 


168.31 


201 97 


235 . 63 


2 >9 . 29 


302 96 


336 62 


370.28 


\ 03 . 94 


9' 6" 


142.12 


177.66 


213.19 


218.72 


284.25 


319.79 


355 32 


390 S.l 


426 . : is 


10' 0" 


149.61 


187.01 


224 4 1 


261.81 


299 . 22 


336 . 62 


374 02 


411 12 


448.83 


10' 6" 


157.09 


196 . 36 


235 63 


274 . 90 


314.18 


353 . 45 


392 . 72 


432 . 00 


471.27 


11' 0" 


164.57 


205.71 


246 85 


2XX 00 


329.14 


370 28 


411.42 


452 57 


493.71 


11' 6" 


172.05 


215.06 


258 . 07 


301 09 


344.10 


387 . 1 1 


430.12 


473.14 


516.15 


12' 0" 


179.53 


224 4 1 


269 . 29 


314.18 


359 . 06 


403 . 94 


448.83 


493.71 


538 . 59 


12' 6" 


187.01 


233 76 


280.51 


327 27 


374 02 


420.77 


467 . 53 


514.2^ 


561 . 03 


13' 0" 


194.49 


243.11 


291 74 


340.36 


388 . 98 


437.61 


486 23 


534 s.l 


583 . 48 


13' 6" 


201.97 


252 . 46 


302 96 


.353 45 


403 94 


454.44 


504 93 


555 . 42 


605 . 92 


14' 0" 


209 . 45 


261.81 


314.18 


366 54 


418.90 


471 27 


523 . 63 


.176 00 


628.: 6 


14' 6" 


2 16 . 93 


271.16 


325 . 40 


379.63 


433 ^7 


488.10 


542 33 


596 . 57 


650.80 


15' 0" 


224.41 


2X0.51 


336.62 


392 72 


448 . 83 


501 6:; 


561 03 


617.14 


673 . 24 


15' 6" 


23 1 . 89 


289 87 


347 . 84 


405.81 


463 79 


521 76 


579 . 74 


637 71 


695 . 68 


16' 0" 


239 . 37 


299.22 


359 06 


418 . 90 


47>» 75 


538 59 


598.41 


6.1s 2S 


718.12 


lti' 6" 


246.85 


308.57 


370 28 


432 00 


46:; 71 


.155 . 42 


617.14 


678 . 85 


740 . 57 


17' 0" 


254 . 33 


317.92 


381 50 


445 09 


5( )S . 67 


.172 25 


635 . 84 


699 42 


763.01 


17' 6" 


261.81 


327 . 27 


392 72 


45S 1 S 


523 63 


589 . 09 


654 . 5 4 


720.00 


785 . 45 


18' 0" 


269.29 


336 . 62 


403 94 


471 27 


538.59 


605 92 


673 24 


740.57 


807 . 8« 1 


18' 6" 


276.77 


345 97 


415.16 


484 . 36 


553 . 55 


622 75 


691 94 


76 114 


830 


19' 0" 


284 . 25 


355 . 32 


42 i 38 


497 . 45 


568 . 51 


639 . 58 


710 64 


781.71 


852 . 77 


19' 6" 


291 . 74 


364.67 


437.61 


5 1 54 


583 . 48 


656.41 


729 35 


802 . 28 


875 . 22 


20' 0" 


299 . 22 


374.02 


448 . 83 


523 63 


598 . 44 


673 24 


748.05 


822.85 ' 


897.66 



17 



^B 



© 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





DESIGNED, BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

RECTANGULAR TANK OUTSIDE ROD CONSTRUCTION 

Tanks are frequently u>ed in locations where arid fumes corrode the metal rods to 
such an extent as to make renewal necessary, and winch is readily accomplished with 
i his form of construction. 




DESIGNED BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

COMPARTMENT BLEACHING TANK 

This tank is designed for lining with Portland < rncnt, I, in order to avoid the 
$e of metal on inside of tank, dovetail shape grooves are provided for holding lining 
in place. 

18 



^B 



@ 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 

SLOPING SIDE RECTANGULAR TANK 

Used in connection with Textile Finishing Machines and for other purposes. 
< 'an he had of such dimensions as desired. 




BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 

Rectangular Tanks are built of various dimensions of 2", 3" or 4" lumber. While 
usually the sides are let into the bottom, tanks are frequently built with the bottom 
let into the sides as shown in this illustration. 

19 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 











i Eft ) m I Ki i i i i 
















A SAT i KA1 l 



» or f 



M 












a 



4 




^B 



,® 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




» 




DESIGNED FABRICATED. ERECTED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

TWO TANKS ON SAME TRESTLE 

Installed for Worsted Mill 

The upper tank has a capaci lu.oOO gallons, tins H Water, v. le 

the lower tank is for Cold Water and lias a tpa< i* . ■•.' 1 - illons. 

As the tanks are locate! over a driveway, tin Meel Trestle is oi s ial sign 
as not to interfere with trucking. 



21 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





DESIGNED FABRICATED ERECTED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

25,000 GALLON SPRINKLER TANK WITH SPECIAL STEEL TRESTLE 




1GNED FABRICATED ERECTED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

40,000 GALLON TANK SERVING AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS 

30,000 GALLON TANK FOR SUPPLYING DYE HOUSE 

Special Steel Tower supports upper tank at elevation of 75 feet, and lower tank 
at elevation of 25 feet. 

Tank seen in distance is of 60,000 gallons capacity with a 75-foot Steel 'lower. 

22 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




> 




DESIGNED. FABRICATED ERECTED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

100,000 GALLON TANK 

With 25 Foot Six Column Steel Tower 

This makes a desirable form of installation for General Water Storage or as 
supply for Automatic Sprinklers for fire protection. 

The Tank Bottom rests directly upon heavy Steel I Beam Grillage. 



a 



23 



^NB 



.@ 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

ROUND BOTTOM TANK MOUNTED ON TRUCK WHEELS 




Especially 
purposes. 



BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BV NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

ROUND BOTTOM PICKLING TANK 

adapted for handling wire in coils but may be used for many other 

24 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




> 




BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

ROUND BOTTOM SPRAY TANK 

Built in capacities of One Hundred to Four Hundred Gallons 




BUILT AND PHOTOCRAPHEO BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



ROUND BOTTOM SPRAY TANK WITH 

Various forms of supports or cradles, are provided. 



25 



^B 



.©. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





DESIGNED, MANUFACTURED AND PHOTOGPAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



BALL THRUST AGITATOR DRIVE 

Our Unit Agitator Drive was designed to supply the demand for 
a self-contained device adapted for driving various forms of agitators, 
stirrer- or mixers, as required in numerous industries, especially in the 
manufacture of chemicals, dyestuffs, oils, etc. 

These Agitator Drives are so constructed that the entire weight 
of the vertical shaft and agitator arms is carried on a Ball Thrust Bear- 
ing, thus making it unneo ary to provide a foot bearing, which, in 
many cases, is objectionable. 

As regularly made, the vertical shaft projects 4" below bearing 
and is provided with a standard key slot at end. In case it is desired 
to extend this vertical shaft downward, we can furnish a special coupling, 
bored to fit shafting, key slotted, and provided with flat key and set 

-crew-. 

For use with certain chemicals, however, it is desirable that the 
extended shaft be of wood, and for this purpose we can furnish cast 
iron caps for either 3%", 5 ; V' <> r ~' h \" square wood shafts, these caps 
bung bored to fit vertical shaft of Agitator Drive, key slotted and pro- 
vided with flat key and set -crews. 

Thi'se Agitator Drive are made in Two Sizes, each having a gear 
reduction of four to one, size No. 1 being adapted for use with tanks 
up to 6 feet in diameter, while size No. 2 can be used with tanks up 
to 10 feet in diameter or in shallow tanks 12 feet in diameter. 



Size 



No. 1 

No. 2 



DIMENSIONS 



Pinion 


Gear 

Shaft 


Gear 


Pinion 


T and L 
Pulleys 


Shaft 


P Diarii. 


F 

2" 
3" 


P Diam 


Face 


1%" 


1%" 


1337" 

23.87" 


3.34" 
5.97" 


2" 

3" 


12" x 4" 
18" x 5" 



length 
Over All 



2' 9" 
4' 2" 



26 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





DESIGNED BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

No. 2 AGITATOR DRIVE WITH WOOD SHAFT AND STIRRER 

This type of agitator has both horizontal and vertical arms, and has vertical breaker 
arms suspended from cross timbers which extend over top of tank. 
All bolts below top of tank are of copprr. 





DESIG 



NED. BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



AGITATOR DRIVE WITH WOOD SHAFT (at left) 

AND WITH STEEL SHAFT (at right) 

Various types of agitators or stirrers nan be furnished as may be required 
any particular purpose. 

27 



for 



^B 



.<& 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





DESIGNED. BUILT. INSTALLED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 

Tanks can be furni-hed complete with Agitator Drives and Stirrers lined with 
Lead, when required, and equipped with Steam Coils if so desired. 




DESIGNED. BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

Agitator Tanks are used for a great vari« of purposes. 

We have built them for i aufacturers of Alcohol, Chemicals, Chocolate, 

, Hair, Inks, Insecticides, Leather, Oil, Paper, Rubber Cement, etc. 

28 



Dyes, 



^B 



@. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





DESIGNED. BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 

HORIZONTAL TANK WITH CAST IRON STANDARDS AND SPIRAL 

STEEL AGITATOR 

The interior of tank and spiral agitator is shown below. 




DESIGNED BUILT AND PHOTOG R A PH ED B Y NEW E NGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 

A very efficient arrangement for many purposes. It will be noted that the tank* 
as well as the spiral agitator, may be made to revolve when so desired. 

29 



^B 



®. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





DESIGNED BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

HORIZONTAL WOOD PRESSURE TANKS 



Dyes, etc., this type of 

build them of Cypress, 



In the manufacture of certain Chemicals, 
tanks has very decided advantages, and we 
Long I. t Yellow Pi < r Wliite Oak. as may be best adapted for th 
particular use required. 

It i- of vital importance that tanks subject to an internal pressure 
shall be, not only properly designed to withstand the stresses which 
ai dev( but also that the tanks shall be constructed with the 

greatest of can md Imilt only by workmen experienced in this el; if 
work. 

Hoop- must be of such size and so -paced that none will be over- 

str< ssed, and the heads of tank must !»■ so reinforced j to safely with- 
tand the very considerable pressure 

Pressure Tanks can be built of various dimensions and equip] 
with manholes if desired. 

The tanks shown in the above illustration an • )'-()" insi* diameter 
by s'-u" inside length, and were designed for and actually t< ed to a 
working pit jsure of fifty pounds r> square inch. 

30 



^B 



@ 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





BUILT, INSTALLED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 

VERTICAL STUFF CHEST WITH ROTARY AGITATOR 

Stuff Chests are built for Paper Mills or in the manufacture of Box Board, 
lihre Board or Leather Board, and are furnished with or without agitators,as desired. 




BUILT, INSTALLED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

VERTICAL STUFF CHESTS (shown at left 

AND CONICAL BOTTOM SETTLING TANKS shown at right 

31 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





rAE'C-tTED ERECTED AND PHOTOCPAPHED BY NEW F ANOTANI WDTOWERCO 

CONICAL BOTTOM SETTLING TANK 

ici1 5,000 ( rations 



32 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




CONICAL BOTTOM SETTLING TANKS 

Eliminate Expensive Wastes 
Prevent Contamination of Streams 

Inexpensive to Operate 

Built in Capacities of 
.'),()()(), 10,000, 15,000, 20,000, 2o,000 and 35,000 Gallons. 

Furnished with either Wood or Steel Supports. 

We have installed these Settling Tanks in numerous Paper, Leather 
Board, Fibre Board, Box Board and Button Board Mills, and it is 
believed that, in every instance, the savings in recovered materials have 
been of such value as to make the installation an exceedingly profitable 
investment. 

A baffle board is placed in each Settling Tank, being located about 
three feet from one side, and extending down into tank about two feel 
below top of conical section. 

In operation, the waste water from the machines \< pumped to the 
top of tank, discharging into the small compartment formed by the 
baffle board and side of tank, this being done so that the contents in 
other part of tank may not be kept in a state of agitation. 



of tank and, 
back directli 



The waste material gradually settles to the bottom 
from a connection with bottom casting, is usually piped 
to the beaters, into which it is discharged as required, by means i 
suitable controlling valves. 

The clear water is drawn off from a point in -ide of tank slightly 
bove top of conical section, and is used for various purposes as desired. 

A feed water pipe, with a float valve, is frequently installed, so a 
to maintain the contents of tank at a constant level. 

Settling Tanks are regularly made with an iron base. casting, term- 
inating in an 11" flange, which is faced and drilled corresponding to 
standard 6" x 11" pipe flange. Connection with the bottom of tank is, 
therefore, readily made with 0" iron pipe and standard Hanged fittings. 

For certain kinds of paper and for use with certain chemicals, whei 
the use of iron is objectionable, we build Settling Tanks with a wood 

bottom of very small diameter, to which the Staves of conical part ar 

fitted and to which copper pipe cap be connected, if desired. 

33 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 

DISTRIBUTING UNIT FOR PAPER MILL 

We make a specialty of furnishing Wood Spouting and work of a 
chanmor. 



miscellaneous 




BULT. INSTALLED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BT NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER 

34 



^B 



.(§. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





e 



LMLT, INSTALLED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 



WOOD PENSTOCK, 7 FEET INSIDE DIAMETER 

Built of Selected Long Leaf Yellow Pine 

For Leather Board Mill 

While the above illustration represents a Penstock seven feet in diameter, • p 

build of either greater or smaller .h.itneters and of such length as may be required 

Round Iron Hoops with Malleable Iron Connecting Lugs are used, the size and 
spacing being det ermine. I by the water head, the stresses developed being earefull 
computed so that no I p may be over-stressed. 



.;: 



^B 



€, 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

This t ol ink is adapted to the uses of photographers, electroplaters, electro- 
type rs and others. 




* AND Pf- B> -D TOWER CO. 

ROUND BOTTOM MIXING TANKS 



^NB 



®. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




BUILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLANO TANK AND TOWER CO 

TAN PADDLES 



:;: 



^B 



@ 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 





! I< 



N 



i 



,NK \\l I H ( ONK AI ROOF 



I 



- 



i w il l<M», •'"!• 



Ixmrii and 






11 







PIPE I \S1NC. 

U :i | i fro 1 1 

pl\ rim 

I I li\V 

ru 
Tin* t wo mi 



i I 



• i i 



i i 









II*! IV 







NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




TANK HOOPING 

Our round tanks are regularly made with hoops of round iron < 
steel, with malleable connecting lugs. The sizes and number of the 
hoops arc carefully figured for each size of tank, using a unit stress of 
12.500 pounds to the square inch at the root of the thread, which giv< - 
a very large safety factor. 

For especially severe conditions the hoops, lugs and nuts can be 
galvanized to prevent corrosion. 

Flat hoops, formerly in general use, have been largely di>p!aee 
by round iron hoops, but can be furnished, supplied with adjustable 
connecting lugs, where desired. 

MALLEABLEVLUGS FORlROUND IRON HOOPS 




> ze Iron 
< f Hoop 



i inch 



3 4 

1 

\% 

1'4 

1 

1 \4 



Approximate 

Weight 

each Lug 

% pounds 

H 

1 
p.. 

7 
l 



Ulowance for Lugs in laches in making H 



Length 
Over All 



Number 
Sections 




3 }4 inches 

4 
43s 

P; 

5 H 

6 ■ 

7 } 




• s inch 

% 

1 

p- 

1K 



1 


2 


3 


7 


12 




s 


14 




9 


16 




10 


Is 


24 


11 


20 


27 


12 


22 


30 




24 J 


33 




26 


36 




28 ! 


39 




28 


39 



4 



32 

44 

48 
52 
52 





Number 


of Sections 


in each Hoop 




Diameter of Tank 


l'to5' 


5'-l" to 12' 


12' l"tol8' 


18'-l"to24' 


24-1" to 31 


Number of Sections 


1 


2 


3 


4 


— 

5 



EXTRA HOOPS FOR OLD TANKS 

We make a specialty of hoops for repairing old tanks, and carry 
a large stock of round steel and wrought iron bars and malleable lugs 
of all sizes. Hoops will be cut to length, threaded and brut to fit the 
tank, so that they can be easily applied and tightened with a wrench. 
All hoops are made of medium steel with a tensile strength of 55,000 
to 65,000 pounds to the square inch, or wrought iron with a tensile 
strength of 50,000 pounds to the square inch, and no welds are allowed. 
A long thread is used, giving ample room for adjustment. 

31 » 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 







TANK OUTLETS 

These fitting are made of bronze and of >'\zes to connect with standard iron si* 

pipe. 

Made with and without plug in lK"-2"~2#"-3" and 4" sizes. 

lor pipe connection to a tank elevated on a tower thirty feet or more in 
height a combination Expansion Joint and Tank connection can be furnished. 





MANHOLE DOORS 

The inanhol :tre made for flat or curved surfaces, and can be furnished \vi1 
doors swinging either outward or inward. 



4'i 



^B 



@. 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 




MERCURY GAUGE 




This gauge is designed to show the depth of water in 
an elevated tank or reservoir and may be placed in engine 
room, office or at any point convenient for observation. 

It is equally reliable whether located near the tank 
or at a distance, but should be connected through a separate 
pipe to the tank riser, between the tank and click valvi 

The gauge complies with the requirements of th 
Associa ed Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies ami 
of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, and should 
be used with all sprinkler tanks. 



- i\i 



Mercury required to operate at different heights: ">() 

-r> :; , lbs., 200' —8 lbs 



r nt 



\y 2 lbs., 100' — 5K lbs., 150 

In ordering give dimensions A, B, & C. 




41 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




ROUND STEEL 



T | 


Weight 


Area Rod 


Ali_-:i :it Root of 


Inches 


Lbs r Foot 

.167 
.376 


Square Indies 


Thread, sq. ins 


H 


<*4**1 

0707 
1 1 < i.l 


027 

(Wo 

.068 


.511 


. 1 .")< 13 


.093 


i'J 


. 1 ii is 


.1' 1 


126 




1 043 


.31 Mis 


202 




1 502 


441s 


3( 12 


2 044 


6013 


420 


i 


2 670 


. 7854 


" M 1 


i 1 \ 


:; 380 


9940 


t * »4 


i 1 . 


4 L72 


1 2272 


s' t3 


i - 


5 010 


1 Ivl«: 


1 057 


VA 


6 008 


1 7671 


1 295 


l 


7 051 


2 0739 


1 515 


1 


s L78 


2 !<>."3 


1 744 


- 


9 388 


2 7612 


2 04S 


10 681 


3 1416 


2 302 



Working Strew at 12500 lbs. 

Per Square Im-h 



Rod 

614 

< I.')! i 

13S1 

is; i 

2 1 .">4 



. • 



552 

7516 

9818 

1212.-. 

15340 

1 8 a i i 

22089 
25924 

1 5 1 
'270 



At root of thiead 

338 
.">< VI 

') 

1102 
17,7.") 

2525 

■ ., i .i 

5250 

6875 

8675 

11162 

] i:; 

16188 

I S! K 18 
2 1 S00 



2S7 



. o 



WEIGHTS OF FLAT STEEL 

per lineal foot, in pounds 



u 



Thicl in In- I 









H 



1 




21 




12 


I 1 




_'■.' 




1 


l> 




S19 


| 


638 


1 




■-•> 




744 


1 




i 







2\ 




17^ 










1 


1 




- 




-1 1 


.1 


1 




S 1 


275 






741 1 


iss 


1 




s."0 1 


7<» 


5 




■70 1 


■ 


' 


1 


Ot.. 


1 




1 


1 






l 




550 


i 


1 


1SJS 


~ 


s 


1 


700 


loo 


• 


1 




82 


10 




1 1 1 


250 


11 




- 4 


l 


12 









100 



% 



H 



797 

< 
1 116 
1 27 

1 ;4 

1 "04 
1 7 

1 91 

j 2 ;i 



i 

i 

l 
l 
l 

2 



01 



s>> 

7(H) 

913 

12 

2 550 
2 975 



03 100 
_' mm, 3 K25 
1 2.50 
1 675 

•0 

50 

7 .0 

500 

50 

1 I J(| 



ISS 

1 163 

5 loo 

7. 


7 01 
7 VI 



,. 



1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

~ 

1 

1 



H 



Mi 

13 

9 

ti 

2 

19 

72 

• )- 

_ I 

7^ 
1 

I 

38 

7 11 

- 50 10 
11 

10 ■ 

11 14 

12 75 1 



1 

1 

1 
2 

2 
3 

I 



4 



>1 

2 

o 

^7 

1 

51 

10 

71 



28 I 
I 



2 

2 

3 
3 

4 

1 






6 



49 

86 

60 

'.is 



01 

10 

i II 

- 13 

~- 11 

03 |< 

17 






1.70 

2 I 



2 
2 
2 



1 
1 



fj 



09 
I 
21 

•5 

< 

14 

is 

93 in 

H 11 

N I 1 3 

sv ]7 

s.' 2 



5 6 

7 



98 

10 

25 

10 
95 

51 1 



f 9 



60 

00 

70 

4i » 



He I 



I 91 
19 

1 30 

1 7s 

5 71 

6 69 

: 6 

s 61 
9 

Ki 52 

11.4 

I ;'.< 

15 30 

17 21 
19 I 



ii 






;l 

84 

I 

7 11 


■ 

10 • 

1 1 69 

12 7 



1 1 h 
17 oo 

10 1 



5 si 

6 l 

7 01 

10 52 
11 

12 P6 
14 fj 
11 






4 



2 1 


;i 


2 55 


J - 


2 92 


3 1 


3. i 


3 7il 


- 


3.7 


1 


1 1- 


4 2 


1 Os 




17 


5 2H i 


5 71 






3 

I 

- 
7. 

8 



< 

7 01 
7 65 

1310 

10 20 11 

11 M 



1 



I. 



i 



1 \ 



I 1 0316 

15 3017 

17 ' 

20 I" j 

■.2< 

21 :'■- • I 

2S 0532 

■ l 



18.70 

21 ol 



50 






71 
_>s 05 



IM 

72 l 25 

10 5 10 

15 
", 6 80 
■ 7 

H s 50 

is 9 

93 10 20 

11 ll 90 

90 1: 60 

15 30 
17 00 

is 70 

10 

, SO 
si. j. 



7 I (HI 

7. »o 

70 10 v 



V . -1 J- h ndc 

\\ . . v i hi h"i • inch _'<7 pound 

\\ . i^lf • l per cul noh 







NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




WEIGHTS OF 


ROUND 


BARS 


Th 


WEIGHTS OF SHEET METAL 




in lbs 


. per linea 


1 foot 


ickness 


in lbs. 


per square foot 


Diameter 














Inches 


Br: 

.04.') 


Copper ' 
047 


Monel 

Metal 


in 


Inches 


1.384 


( "pper 

1 117 


I« t<| 


\i 


.04s 




1 ,. 


1 85 




.100 


106 


.108 




l 16 


2 70s 


2 894 


:; 71) 




. 1 75 


. 1 v > 


.190 






1 152 


) .;n 


.-» 5 1 


: * 16 


275 


296 


2' 17 




1 

H 


5 . 5 ■") 


'■ 7SN 


7 39 


lU 

H 


31 >5 


12i i 


428 




% 


6.919 


7 235 


9 24 




710 


7 "7 


701 




:: „, 


8 303 


8.681 


11 08 




1 1 100 


1 1.182 


1 189 




: , 


9.687 


10.128 


12.9 


* 

<4 


1 660 


1 7< )2 


1 712 




H 


H.n7<> 


11 580 


1 1 77 


7 H 
l 


, 2 150 
I 2 850 


, 2 318 
, 3 030 


2 :i:il 

3 044 













WEIGHT GALVANIZED SHEET IRON 



WEIGHT LEAD PIPE 



lbs. per square foot 



10 <i:HI 

12 

1 1 
If, 

is 
20 



& 



Width 

Ini-li' 



Thick- 
ness 

Inch 



.i f 

1 .",31 

281 

2 656 

2 156 

1 656 



Hole 
Im-hes 



22 gi 


tuge 


21 


1 1 


26 


n 


27 


.. 


3 




30 





Size of 

Bolt 

Inr}p 




I hickne 

Walls 



i 

7 
- \ 

! 
Va 



ounces per foot 

I ' i iter, Inrh< 



l /2 


• 
13 


i 
14 


1 
24 




10 




hi 




28 






20 




!2 


36 


20 


21 


28 







48 


52 


64 







I 1 






Hot Pressed and Forged 
Square Nuts 



Hot Pressed Hexagon Nuts 



Price in 

200-Pound Kegs 

Cents 

|K 1 ['(HH)ll 



\ ige Numb 
in One Keg 



Prio in 

Po I K 
< 

pei 1 ' ind 



V e Mm • r 
in < >ne Keg 



Blank Tapped Blink Tapped B'n.k 1 i>ped Blank Tapped 



i 

i. 

11 „, 



"'16 



■■'■a 


lu; 


7 S 


X 


w 


Hi 


I'm ' 


H 


IH j 


X 


1% 


% 


IVs 1 


l 


l 13 i6 1 


IK 


2 


VA 


-m 


i 


2H 


v/ 3 


2 V. 


i 


2H 


1 ? 4 


2% 


VA 


ZH 


2 



16 

1 ! :rj 

1 

2 %4 

1 

l!ir. 

I'd 

1% 

1 1;, :« 

I 1 - 

1"> 

1 



1 



He 

7 16 

7 * 

1 

IK 

l 7 s 



13. 

12. 
10 :. 
10. 

9. 

9. 

8 7 

8.5 

s I 
S.4 

8 4 
8.4 

8.'. 

s v 
9 
9 
9 . 5 

9 7 






15. 

13 .') 
11 6 
10 9 
9 7 
9 6 
9 2 
8.9 

S s 

8.8 
8.8 

s s 

9. 

9 4 
9 7 
10. 

10.3 

10 6 



13S00 
7400 

3200 

2400 

L600 

1360 

832 

544 
370 
268 

2(H) 

146 

120 

95 

74 
61 
53 



117" in 

71 > 1 5 
5320 

3H »0 

2540 

1090 
1440 

880 

.')7s 

397 

284 

220 

157 

127 

1 0« ) 

77 

07 

56 



20 

is 
It 

13 

11 
11 
in 

10 



_> 

■> 



22 

20 

I 1 3 
12 2 
12 1 

II 2 
10 



9 9 


Id .") 


9 9 


10 5 


9 9 


in .1 


9 9 


in 5 


10 


10 7 


10 3 


11 1 


10 .') 


114 


10 8 


11 7 


11 


12 


11 2 


12 3 



1710«i 


1 x. ii ii » 


■ »-_>i ii i 


9760 


i ;i ii N i 


«14oo 


4000 


1250 


3000 


: ;2( N » 


2128 


227 


1 5 U ) 


9, 


! K 18 


1 1 151 1 


628 


• M \r, 


436 


Hio 


2ss 


: II ).-» 


2."»( ) 


2 i< » 


182 


L90 


144 


1 51 > 


116 


1 21 ) 


! > 5 


100 


si) 


M 


62 


65 



43 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




- 

s 



U 



1 






- 






Length 

Iruh^ 



2 
2>* 

:; 

4 



1 

5 

! 
(i 

9 
10 

11 

12 



MACHINE BOLTS 

WITH SQUARE HEADS AND SQUARE NUTS 



l-i 



' Ki 



si 7u 
1 7s 

1 - 

1 94 

2 02 
2 10 



S2 00 

2.12 

2 24 
2 38 
2 4s 
2 on 



B 


7-16 


|2 10 


$2 - 


2 56 


3.00 


2 72 


3 2d 


2 ss 


3 4i ) 


3.04 


:; 60 


3 20 


3 so 



1-2 



9-16 

and 5 v 



2 1 8 
2 26 

2 34 

2 to 

2 50 

2 58 



2 72 
2 84 

2 ' 

3 08 
20 

:; : 



3 36 
3 52 

3 68 

3 si 

1 00 

1 10 



4.00 

4 20 

l 10 

1 60 

4 80 

00 



; 60 

3 8 ■ 

4 12 
4 38 
4.64 

4 90 

5 10 

5 42 

5 <n 

5 94 

6 20 
6 40 



2 00 


3 11 


1 32 


.") 20 


72 


i 2 74 


1 56 


4 Is 


.I 10 


i 18 


• 2 90 


so 


4 80 


5 80 


7 50 


; 3 06 


1 01 


5 12 


6 20 


8 02 


22 


1 28 


5 11 


(ill 


8 54 




1 52 


mm i * 


7 00 


9 06 



So 20 

5 58 

:, or, 

6 

6.72 

7 10 

7.4s 

7 86 
- 24 

s 62 

o oo 
9 38 
9 70 

lo 1 I 

10 90 

11 66 

12 12 

13 is 



Revised August 1. 1912 



:iA 



7 



I 



I 1 



1 1-4 



s7 70 
8 2.1 

8 so 



9.90 

10 15 

n oo 

1 1 55 

12 10 

12 65 

13 20 
13 .7 

1 1 30 

14 - 

i:> ! 



$10 50 $15 10S22 50 
11 20 10 00 23 70 



17 
is 



05 
15 

25 



11 90 
12.60 

13 30 

M oo 

1 1 7<i 

15 l" 
10 m 

16 so 

17 50 
is 20 

is -.1(1 

19 60 

21 00 

22 to 

2 '» so 

25 20 



10 M0 

17 so 
IS 70 

[0 00 

20 50 

21 40 

j 

23 



21 

2.1 
2:. 

23 

28 



30 
20 

10 

00 

so 

60 

10 

JO 

«i0 



_'l ti() 

26 10 

27 30 

28 50 

29 7o 

30 90 

32.10 
SO 

1 : 

5 711 

36 90 

s 10 

in 50 

12 90 

1:. 

17 7o 



1 CO 

31 7)0 

33 00 

34 7)1 1 

36 (M» 
:;7 50 

39.00 

40 7,o 

1200 

1:; :.o 

17, 00 

46 50 

48 00 

10 70 

52 50 

55 

58 7,ii 

6] 7)0 



COMMON CARRIAGE BOLTS 

PRICE PER HUNDRED 



\(.\<iii!.cr I 1912 



t h 



1 1 



y 






n 



: 

1/ 
■ 



C 

r 



*• 






•j 
2 

1 
1 

1, 



7 
7 

V 

10 

11 

12 



-1 
1 
I 
I 
1 
! 
1 
1 
I 
1 



OO 
10 

20 

<i 
Hi 
11 
(J 



'HI 





n> 


$1 


10 


1 




1 


64 


1 


70 


1 


ss 




in, 


•> 


12 


> 


21 


2 


;o 


•> 


is 






2 " 

_' 20 
2 

2 M) 

.0 
2 in 

2 7(1 

_> OU 



2 1 

2 



7 J 



20 

H 

1 



si 00 
00 

2 ' 

_' . 

"•I 
J 70 

_' si, 

02 

:; is 



1 14 

1 



l 
1 



10 



-]', 



sj 20 

in 

so 

00 

•II 

III 

Hi 



2 

9 



•> 



.; mi 
1 00 

1 _'- 1 
1 in 



1 



00 

(HI 

20 

40 

Ol 

00 
• 10 




:; 53 

3 si 

1 00 

1 :;7 

1 o 

1 ' 

7, 2) 

7, 

7, 77 

1 

♦ . 61 

<■ - 

7 17 

7 r 

s 01 



. n< I 



I 



O I 

7,1 

- 

J7 

1 1 

• II 



11 
II 
12 

I J 



. 

17 

:;i 

i)7 

07 



o 

in 
in 
II 
II 

I _' 

12 

1 : 
1 . 
11 

11 

15 

17, 

10 

17 
is 



50 

00 
50 

(i- 1 

00 
00 

50 

70 

I 

IK, 



n 



/AB 



.© 



NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 




RECTANGULAR WOODEN BEAMS-ONE INCH THICK 

LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE 

ALLOWABLE UNIFORM LOAD IN POUNDS 

Maximum bending stress, 1,300 pounds per square inch. 

Safe load for Washington Fir 92 per cent and for Spruce 75 per cent of table loads. 



Span 

in feet 



Depth of lit-atu in inches 



4 



li 



Hi 



!_' 



1 I 



2 

3 
4 

6 

8 

10 

11 
12 

13 

14 
15 

16 

17 
18 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



289 

144 
116 

< »t ; 

83 

72 



5 < s 
462 
385 
330 

281 » 

257 

231 

210 

U 



867 
743 
650 

57 s 

520 

47:; 

43 

400 

371 

347 
325 



1156 

1027 
924 
S40 
770 
711 

660 

6 1 • 1 

578 
544 

5 1 4 

187 

41)2 



L6 



is 



20 



1444 

1313 

1204 
1111 

1 ( 132 

963 

91 K ! 
851 ) 

s() 2 
7i '.( ) 

799 

C.ss 
057 



1102 



1*01 

1733 
1600 
1486 
1387 

1300 

1 22 1 

1 1 5< i 
10' 

1040 
901 

945 

904 

867 

832 



2178 

2( 122 

lss: 

1 7f ;« » 

I i ii i 5 

1573 
1490 
1416 
1 348 
1287 

1231 

II so 

1132 



241 
23 1 1 

2175 

21 )5 4 

I'.! If, 

L849 



27" 

2i 'On 
2H 
J :H i 



3041 
2**9 






24 



|mi; 



1701 


222' • 


2751 


3320 


10*1 


2127 


2626 


317* 


1608 


2035 


25 1 2 


3040 


1541 


1050 


2407 


2! 3 


1479 


1 872 


2311 


2790 



3782 

3017 

3467 

3328 



SQUARE WOODEN COLUMNS-LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE 

SAFE LOAD IN THOUSANDS OF POUNDS 



Length 
feet 



Side of Square, Inches 



<i 



.) 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

11 
12 
14 

16 

is 

20 



15.6 
14.6 
1 3 . 5 

12.5 
11.4 
10.4 



34 . 3 

L.2 

29.6 

28.1 
25 . 



8 


10 


02.4 




60.3 




58 . 2 




54.1 


93 6 


49 9 


SS . 4 


45.8 


83 2 


41.6 


78.0 



12 



14 



L6 



137.3 
131.0 
124.8 



• > 

• > 



182 240.0 



is 



20 



315.9 



390.0 



Safe load for Washington Fir Columns equals 92 per cent and Spruce 84 per cent of 
falile loads. 



45 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 



^B 



.© 



USEFUL INFORMATION 



The Circumference of a circle equals diameter x 3.1416 or 3 1-7. 

Tin- side <>f ;i square equal in area to a given circle equals diameter 
x .88(32. 

The diameter of a circle equals the circumference divided by 3.141(1. 
The area oi a circle equals the square of the diameter x .7854 or 
the square of the radius x 3.1416. 

A horse-power is equivalent to raising 33.oi)() lbs. 1 foot per minuo 
or 550 ll>s. 1 foot per second. 

A gallon <>f water weighs 8 1-3 11><. and contains 231 cubic inches. 

A liter equals .20lls gallons. 

A miner's inch of water is equal i<» nine gallons per minute, or 
1-50 <>!' a cubic fooi per second. 

A cubic fool of fresh water weighs 62.4 ll>- id contains 172s cuhi 
inches or 7.\s gallons. 

Doubling the diameter of a pipe multiplies it- end area four tiui< 

\\ ater pr< ssure per square inch at different heads is equal to th< 
product of the head in et by .l II. 

The maximum pressure of wind is commonly taken at 30 ll>-. per 
quare toot . 

The wind pressure upon a cylindrical body, >u<-h :i~ a tank, i> figured 
at 3-5 <>f 30 Hi-., or is ii,«.. per square fool of projected area. 



Formula for finding - volume 01 a pyramid or cone: 



1 



.1/. 



:; 



Formula for finding the volume of the f rust rum <» 



mid or con* 



1 



1 , // A a - v \,, 



\ jUaN i 1 _ 1 



jll 



I nail 1 



h equals vertical heigl 





4<. 




NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO. 





UILT AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY NEW ENGLAND TANK AND TOWER CO 

ROUND DOUBLE HEAD TANK 



47 



.